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American Clock & Watch Museum


category : Museums
Permanent exhibit on the history of Connecticut clockmaking and the Industrial Revolution, housed in an 1801 mansion. Largest collection of American production clocks on display. Many clocks striking hourly.


Admission: Adults $5, seniors $4, children $2.
Hours: Apr. 1-Nov. 30,
Address: 100 Maple St.
(off Rte. 6)
I-84 Ex. 31E/38W
Phone: (860) 583-6070
Our Website:www.clockmuseum.org

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